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[movies]Fifties Popular Culture - ''Burns and Allen'' (Episode Aired 13th March 1952)
Another episode of the old CBS sitcom "The George Burns and Gracie Show", and in this episode, the ever-scatterbrained Gracie loses her engagement ring. Perhaps not as good as "Citizen Kane", but still a million times better than MTV's new fall line-up. Original aired live on 13th March, 1952, and presented here with the original commercials for Carnation Evaporated Milk. Please forgive mediocre picture quality caused by mediocre DVD.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Live Television; Live TV; Masterpoxen; Better than MTV; I hate you Time Magazine; Gracie Allen; Comedy; Sitcom; Humor; Humorous; Rated G; Advertising
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[movies]''The Star and the Story'' - The Lie
An episode of 1950s American anthology series "The Star and the Story". This episodes stars Dan Duryea and Beverly Garland, and was originally telecast 22 January 1955. A woman tries to help a man she sent to jail with a lie. Very unusual story. OK, so it isn't Duryea's best work, but it isn't too bad. At least it is public domain, which cannot be said for a lot of the stuff being uploaded lately. Useless info: This U.S...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; The Star and the Story; Anthology; Anthology series; Drama; Dan Duryea; Beverly Garland; Oh damn it; Hard to say whether animated card game players would approve of this; At least it's better than MTV; This is a keyword; Huh
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